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    Dynamicaly adjust cpu speed ?

    Hi,

    I use RM clock to adjust cpu speed on demand (Geode NX 1.4Ghz) and it works fine, as far as I know (but only with admin privileges on xp/2k..) but I have to manually switch to the desired profile: P.O.D, full power, low power....

    Rmclock can't read cpu temp on my asrock mobo (sis chipset) so I'm out of luck, I can't program events in RMclock to prevent overheat situations, nor can I tell toRmclock to switch to another profile from my frontend.

    Are there other tools I could use ?
    Now Galileo is real. Muhahahahaha :p

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    I did.

    CPU Genie is for intel c2d.

    Xtal cpuid seems to work fine but is not really user friendly... well I don't feel confortable with it.

    And speedfan Clock option looks forsaken.
    Now Galileo is real. Muhahahahaha :p

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